“Mountains under review: human    Rio alteration of landscapes”                           TECHNICAL WORKSHOP Rio+20 SIDE E...
“Mountains under review: human       alteration of landscapes”                 11.00 – 11.10 Introductory statement – Ms. ...
Brazilian East Coast Range (3058 KM)  Brazil is the country    that probably hides    in its own territory    the largest ...
Brazilian Mountains          In contrast to the Andes, which rose to elevations of nearly 7,000                metres (22,...
Serra do Espinhaço                                              SOS to the Central Plateau,                               ...
Serra da Mantiqueira                    Vilasboas Ngo ASMPJ                    .6                   I T E R E I Iguassu CR...
Serra da Mantiqueira    The Serra da Mantiqueira almost five hundred      kilometers in length , hides several health     ...
Serra do Mar    crosses the States of Santa Catarina , Paraná, São Paulo,    Espirito Santo & Rio Janeiro8                ...
East Coast Population    x Atlantic Rainforest            It lasts only 5% of the original Atlantic                 Rainfo...
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Yet Still         Plenty of life     requiring prevention +     knowlegde, best     sustainable practises and     technolo...
Habit Loss & Fragmentation     Salve-se quem puder! ... Each one for itself       ... Salve-se quem puder!                ...
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Rio exemplifies the Beauty & the Tragedy     of Brazilian Moist Tropical Highlands24                               I T E R...
Tragical Landslides in Brazil25                       I T E R E I Iguassu CR MCPA Florestas
Should we take lessons with the     Japanese?     A year after the floods that have killed over 900 people     in the moun...
Risk Management Areas in      Brazilian Moist Tropical Highlands        The Crea-RJ tecnichians survey found that the proc...
Moist Tropical Highlands28                   I T E R E I Iguassu CR MCPA Florestas
Risk Management Areas in     Brazilian Moist Tropical Highlands                           The Institute for               ...
2 days ago , 14th June 2012, Landslide     in Recife Mountains results + 3 corpses30                                    I ...
Risk Management Areas in     Brazilian Moist Tropical Highlands         Facing Climate Change, Increasing of         Popu...
incorporation to the concept of     sustainability of the concept of survival                 It urges the incorporation t...
Pressures     on Moist Tropical Highlands         High population density,         urbanization , industries,         cons...
Threaned Cassador Basin and yet Civil Resistence     Protestors block Brazil road project -The Earth Times by Jack Freeman...
Total length of 19 Km;      Serra do Mar – 19Km     1 roadway with 3 lanes         Shoulder 3.0 m       4 tunnels (1,8 Km)...
Caution! Unevenness between the      range of traffic and the roadside36                         I T E R E I Iguassu CR MC...
Althoug Exemplar Hiways already     exist in Brazil Tropical Mountains                                 Total length of 18 ...
Uptodate Alternatives for Fragil Mountain     Areas were offered by Civil Society in 199538                               ...
Hiways & Moist Tropical Mountains39                         I T E R E I Iguassu CR MCPA Florestas
“Must remember that everybody lives             downstream!”40                         I T E R E I Iguassu CR MCPA Florestas
Alert       Iguassu Iterei Reference Centre Citizienship Mouvement for Water, Mountains and Forests     Financial     comp...
MVVC~CC                                                  recommendations     ... Decision makers shall analyse all alterna...
ITEREI Proposals        PES incentives for preservation for all natural mountain areas directly to the owner : State, Com...
add the artistic plus to the mountains          bio-green economy strategy                        Art intervention on land...
Credits         Text and Design Author :         Gabriel Asa C. Gruberger                                          Institu...
Credits & Thanks for Your Attention     Ab´Sáber, Nacib Aziz. Litoral do Brasil     Ab´Sáber, Nacib Aziz.Ecossistemas do B...
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Brazil is the country that probably hides in its own territory the largest extension of mountain range “Serra do Mar”, “Serra Mantiqueira , “Serra do Espinhaço“

In contrast to the Andes, which rose to elevations of nearly 7,000 metres (22,966 ft) in a relatively recent epoch and inverted the Amazon's direction of flow from westward to eastward, Brazil's geological formation is very old.
Precambrian crystalline shields cover 36% of the territory, especially its central area. The principal mountain ranges average elevations just under 2,000 metres (6,562 ft).

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Mountains under review: human alteration of landscapes: Iterei - The Mountain Comes to Rio+20

  1. “Mountains under review: human Rio alteration of landscapes” TECHNICAL WORKSHOP Rio+20 SIDE EVENT Auditorium, Mountain Pavilion, Athletes’ Park, Rio de Janeiro 16 June 2012 11.00 – 13.00 hours Rio+2 Iterei ^ The Mountain Comes to Rio+20 Ms. Léa Corrêa Pinto, Pedagogue, coordinator of Iguassu ITEREI Citizenship Movement Reference Centre for Water, Forests and Mountains , founder of MVVC~CC Plataforma1 I T E R E I Iguassu CR MCPA Florestas
  2. “Mountains under review: human alteration of landscapes” 11.00 – 11.10 Introductory statement – Ms. Rita Cardoso C. Delboni, State of Rio de Janeiro 11.10 – 11.25 “The Mountain comes to Rio+20” ‐ Ms. Léa Corrêa Pinto, coordinator of Iguassu ITEREI 11.25 – 11.40 “Alps under review – land use change” Mr. Giacomo Luciani, European Academy Bolzano (EURAC) 11.40 – 11.55 “Experiences from the Hindu Kush‐ Himalayas”‐ Mr. Madhav Karki Deputy Director General, ICIMOD 11.55 – 12.10 “Integrated Space Technologies Applications for Sustainable Development in the Andean Regions” Mr. David Stevens, Programme Coordinator, N‐SPIDER, United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA) 12.10 – 12.25 “The need for comprehensive data collection – experiences from the UNEP RID network” ‐ Mr. Lawrence Hislop, Head of Polar Programme, UNEP Grid Arendal 12.25 – 13.00 Conclusions and discussion among panelists and the audience– Moderator: Mr. Peter Gilruth, Director, UNEP DEWA2 I T E R E I Iguassu CR MCPA Florestas
  3. Brazilian East Coast Range (3058 KM) Brazil is the country that probably hides in its own territory the largest extension of mountain range “Serra do Mar”, “Serra Mantiqueira , “Serra do3 Espinhaço“ I T E R E I Iguassu CR MCPA Florestas
  4. Brazilian Mountains In contrast to the Andes, which rose to elevations of nearly 7,000 metres (22,966 ft) in a relatively recent epoch and inverted the Amazons direction of flow from westward to eastward, Brazils geological formation is very old. Precambrian crystalline shields cover 36% of the territory, especially its central area. The principal mountain ranges average elevations just under 2,000 metres (6,562 ft). The Serra do Mar Range, 150.000.000 years old hugs the Atlantic coast, and the Serra do Espinhaço Range, the largest in area, extends through the south-central part of the country. The highest point in Rio de Janeiro, Pico das Agulhas Negras (2.787 metros) A Pedra da Mina is the fourth highest brazilian mountain is located in the Serra da Mantiqueira (22 ° 25 S, 44 ° 51 W) 2798.39m altitude The highest brazilian mountains are in the Tumucumaque, Pacaraima and Imeri ranges, among others, which traverse the northern border with the Guianas and Venezuela. The highest point in Brazil is Pico da Neblina at 2,994 m (9,823 ft).4 I T E R E I Iguassu CR MCPA Florestas
  5. Serra do Espinhaço SOS to the Central Plateau, eastern slope of the Serra do Espinhaço, which has been contaminated by the Brazilian Nuclear Program which operates uranium Caetité in Bahia! “ SOS para o Planalto Central, vertente oriental da Serra do Espinhaço, que vem sendo contaminado pelo Programa Nuclear Brasileiro que explora urânio em Caetité, na Bahia! ” Zoraide Vilasboas Ngo Uranium Mountains & Lots of Other Mines ASMPJ .5 I T E R E I Iguassu CR MCPA Florestas
  6. Serra da Mantiqueira Vilasboas Ngo ASMPJ .6 I T E R E I Iguassu CR MCPA Florestas
  7. Serra da Mantiqueira The Serra da Mantiqueira almost five hundred kilometers in length , hides several health tourist resorts, such as Campos do Jordão, Brazils highest city. The name Mantiqueira derives from a Tupy Guarano word meaning "mountains that cry", exemplifying its large number of springs and streams7 I T E R E I Iguassu CR MCPA Florestas
  8. Serra do Mar crosses the States of Santa Catarina , Paraná, São Paulo, Espirito Santo & Rio Janeiro8 I T E R E I Iguassu CR MCPA Florestas
  9. East Coast Population x Atlantic Rainforest It lasts only 5% of the original Atlantic Rainforest, although the existence of several protected areas along the 8000 km of the coast, including 2 Unesco Biosphere Reserves. It is by this Serra do Mar that brazilian population mostly lives, using water and other benefits from these mountain systems . It is along the Brazilian East Coastal Range where are located most of our cities and the metropolis Florianópolis, Curitiba, São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Vitória, Salvador, Recife etc and thus as most industries, infra- structure and services .9 I T E R E I Iguassu CR MCPA Florestas
  10. Rainforest Mata Atlântica10 I T E R E I Iguassu CR MCPA Florestas
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  16. Rio+216 I T E R E I Iguassu CR MCPA Florestas
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  20. The former MATA ATLANTICA pictures were taken in ITEREI: All About Mountains, Water, Forests, Citzienship and Life.. Cloud Forest and Lots of Pure Water, threatened by hiway fragmentation Itere i, near São Paulo , in the core area of the Atlantic Rainforest World Heritage- Mab - Unesco is officially under private protection, since 1978. Iterei is an all season Park comprising 193,6 hectares, along the highest slope of "Serra do Mar", 750 meters. In Iterei borns a network of more than 50 permanent sparkling mountain streams . Trails through the spectacular remnant hillside rainforest cross a wide diversity of 20-30m high trees belonging to Schyzolobium, Vochysia, Ocotea and Nectrandra genera, which sponsors wonderful green scenery. These huge trees are glamorized by epiphytes chiefly pteriodofts or colorful bromeliads and orchids. Iterei is natural habitat formammals at least (89 species), reptiles &amphibians (over 125 species), insects and aracnideos (too many to count!), birds(over 275 species) including 18 endangered species! Iterei offers mountain environmental services for the populations of Sao Paulo and downhill.20 I T E R E I Iguassu CR MCPA Florestas
  21. Yet Still Plenty of life requiring prevention + knowlegde, best sustainable practises and technology, mitigation + recuperation mechanisms as well as consciouness, ethics, government real care, plus citizienship mobilization + a miracle!21 I T E R E I Iguassu CR MCPA Florestas
  22. Habit Loss & Fragmentation Salve-se quem puder! ... Each one for itself ... Salve-se quem puder! “Habitat fragmentation is the process by which habitat loss results in the division of large, continuous habitats into smaller, more isolated remnants A dominant effect of increasing habitat loss is a reduction in patch area, with resulting declines in population density and species richness, and significant alterations to community composition, species interactions and ecosystem functioning.” Raphael K Didham, The University of Western Australia and CSIRO Ecosystem Sciences, Perth WA,22 I T E R E I Iguassu CR MCPA Florestas
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  24. Rio exemplifies the Beauty & the Tragedy of Brazilian Moist Tropical Highlands24 I T E R E I Iguassu CR MCPA Florestas
  25. Tragical Landslides in Brazil25 I T E R E I Iguassu CR MCPA Florestas
  26. Should we take lessons with the Japanese? A year after the floods that have killed over 900 people in the mountain region of Rio de Janeiro, only eight works to solve the problem of more than 170 areas identified as high risk of landslides began. Nothing has been done to date, reports the 3rd Inspection Report to the Highlands, released on Wednesday (11) by the Regional Council of Engineering and Agronomy of Rio de Janeiro (RJ-Crea).26 I T E R E I Iguassu CR MCPA Florestas
  27. Risk Management Areas in Brazilian Moist Tropical Highlands The Crea-RJ tecnichians survey found that the process of disordered occupation of the soil persists, mainly for agricultural activities, deforestation of permanent preservation areas, and the reoccupation of areas at risk, with the construction of houses on these sites. Among the immediate guidance, the report proposes the creation and implementation of a plan for removal of the population over time with priority for high-risk areas, implement small and medium dams filled, interventions on the slopes, make effective sanitary sewer and trash drainage basin, among other recommendations.27 I T E R E I Iguassu CR MCPA Florestas
  28. Moist Tropical Highlands28 I T E R E I Iguassu CR MCPA Florestas
  29. Risk Management Areas in Brazilian Moist Tropical Highlands The Institute for Technological Research (IPT) survey shows that landslides have killed 2,037 people in 211 Brazilian cities from 1988 to 2009. However just in the one year of 2011, passed over 1500 the number of dead and missing in these disasters.29 I T E R E I Iguassu CR MCPA Florestas
  30. 2 days ago , 14th June 2012, Landslide in Recife Mountains results + 3 corpses30 I T E R E I Iguassu CR MCPA Florestas
  31. Risk Management Areas in Brazilian Moist Tropical Highlands  Facing Climate Change, Increasing of Population, the Flexibilization of Environmental Law, including the “Codigo Florestal” specially regarding the topics on Moutains it urges all measures for risk management to be implemented in a global way.31 I T E R E I Iguassu CR MCPA Florestas
  32. incorporation to the concept of sustainability of the concept of survival It urges the incorporation to the concept of sustainability, the concept of survival considering that in one year the average number of victims was more than quadrupled since 1980 (66.000 deaths) and costed about $ 130 billion. 950 natural disasters were recorded in 2010, a figure well above the average of 615 over the last 30 years. In Brazil, relapse enhanced, the tragedies of the highlands, by 2011; Over the next 60 years, the storms in the city of São Paulo and in Rio de Janeiro, in the coastal towns and along the Atlantic Mountain Range - Serra do Mar - will triple, as, scientific study conducted by INPE (National Institute for Space Research) in partnership with the MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) and IAE (Institute of Aeronautics and Space). The forecast is based on increasing the temperature Atlantic Ocean water over the past 60 years, which was 0.6 ° C.;32 I T E R E I Iguassu CR MCPA Florestas
  33. Pressures on Moist Tropical Highlands High population density, urbanization , industries, consumption, garbage and infrastructure means enourmous pressure and degradation upon mountains, Atlantic Rainforest, Cloud Mountain Forests with still lots of pure water... and33 biodiversity I T E R E I Iguassu CR MCPA Florestas
  34. Threaned Cassador Basin and yet Civil Resistence Protestors block Brazil road project -The Earth Times by Jack Freeman, 4/13/97 In São Paulo Metropolitan Green Belt lies the Cassador Basin located in the core area, of the Atlantic Rainforest World Heritage- Mab – Unesco, it hides the Iterei Fauna and Flora Reserve, officially under private protection, since 1978 (P-163/78IBDF) and an official member of Planet Society- Unesco (Project BRA022) Around there it is planned the duplication of the hiway dividing these important area. "It must be made clear," they say in a flyer, "that there is no opposition to the construction of the highway" itself, calling it "a very important project linked to the economic well-being of millions of Latin Americans." But, they add, "the rainforest must not be destroyed" by the roadbuilders. "The authorities must change the design of the proposed duplication" of the roadway, they say, "in order to avoid destruction of a priceless ecosystem. A well designed project will cause no harm to the environment; on the contrary, the unique nature of this beautiful landscape will be enhanced." They add that there are many examples, the world over, of environmentally insensitive building projects that have been reversed because of pressure brought by environmentalists and the general public.34 I T E R E I Iguassu CR MCPA Florestas
  35. Total length of 19 Km; Serra do Mar – 19Km 1 roadway with 3 lanes Shoulder 3.0 m 4 tunnels (1,8 Km) 35 overpasses (7,0 Km)35 I T E R E I Iguassu CR MCPA Florestas
  36. Caution! Unevenness between the range of traffic and the roadside36 I T E R E I Iguassu CR MCPA Florestas
  37. Althoug Exemplar Hiways already exist in Brazil Tropical Mountains Total length of 18 Km; 3 stretches in the project: (i) Plateau –3.4 Km, (ii) Serra do Mar – 11.1 Km, (iii) Baixada Santista – 3.6 Km; 1 roadway with 3 lanes Shoulder 3.0 m 4 tunnels (7.4 Km) · 8 overpasses (3.6 Km)37 I T E R E I Iguassu CR MCPA Florestas
  38. Uptodate Alternatives for Fragil Mountain Areas were offered by Civil Society in 199538 I T E R E I Iguassu CR MCPA Florestas
  39. Hiways & Moist Tropical Mountains39 I T E R E I Iguassu CR MCPA Florestas
  40. “Must remember that everybody lives downstream!”40 I T E R E I Iguassu CR MCPA Florestas
  41. Alert Iguassu Iterei Reference Centre Citizienship Mouvement for Water, Mountains and Forests Financial compensation or planting of trees cannot ever reproduce the unique delicate and highly complex biological natural mountain systems41 I T E R E I Iguassu CR MCPA Florestas
  42. MVVC~CC recommendations ... Decision makers shall analyse all alternatives , weighting the true public interest, through the prism of medium and long term, regardless of the immediate costs, the forecast is to opt for greater safety of the population, to the less disastrous alternative, to the adoption of the best scientific and technological knowledge, with the purpose of ensuring to all the multiple functions of natural resources;42 I T E R E I Iguassu CR MCPA Florestas
  43. ITEREI Proposals  PES incentives for preservation for all natural mountain areas directly to the owner : State, Comuny or Private  Alert with dependence and addiction with compensation mechanisms  Support Sustainability based upon ecotourism, research, art, artcrafts, no polluent industries, agroecology and traditional mountain knowledge  Increase dialogue between government sectors, and government levels  Support a Stronger Civil Society  Increase inter-institutional dialogue  Further institutionalization of participation instruments  Raise awareness of mountain issues on political agendas  Consolidate or create specific mountain initiatives where appropriate  Improve sustainable mobility and sustainable technology for infrastructure  Improve knowledge and information systems  Improve data on natural mountain disaster  Increase availability of academic and traditional knowledge for specific SMD purposes and decision makin  Coordinate research priorities for implementing SMD  Consolidate or create specific national or regional mountain initiatives  Research and monitoring of climate change adaptation mechanisms, especially with regard to water availability43 I T E R E I Iguassu CR MCPA Florestas
  44. add the artistic plus to the mountains bio-green economy strategy Art intervention on landscapes is a positive alteration to the landscapes In the perspective of worlds population, up to 9 billion inhabitants in 2050, it will not be the unique human alteration on Earth!In view of the scarcity of natural resources , we propose to launch the green building to popular mountain housing and add the artistic plus44 I T E R E I Iguassu CR MCPA Florestas
  45. Credits Text and Design Author : Gabriel Asa C. Gruberger Instituto Rã - Bugio Léa Corrêa Pinto | Iguassu Iterei Léa Corrêa Pinto coordinator of Reference Centre Luiz Bocian MCPA Mountains and Forests O Estado de São Paulo/ Divulgação Osmar Castro Photo and Image Credits: Peter Mix Plataforma MVVC-~CC AP Photo/Felipe Dana Rogério Menezes Bruno Camolez/ Trekearth Vanderlei Almeida/AFP/Getty Images Dario Sanches Demis Bucci Pro-bono Consultor: Ecovias dos Imigrantes Emerson Kaseker Zuleica Amorim | Bellini Cultural Flavio Guglielmino Google Images45 I T E R E I Iguassu CR MCPA Florestas
  46. Credits & Thanks for Your Attention Ab´Sáber, Nacib Aziz. Litoral do Brasil Ab´Sáber, Nacib Aziz.Ecossistemas do Brasil Ab´Sáber, Nacib Aziz.Os Domínios de Natureza no Brasil Antunes, Paulo Bessa. Iterei Refúgio Particular de Animais Nativos Conlutas Minas Gerais, Período de Chuvas Descaso Político de Andrade, R.de C. Gregório, Desastres Naturais no Rio de Janeiro: um Fenômeno Social , Revista Autor Faria, Caroline. Serra do Mar, Info Escola Ferreira, E.O.et alli.Roteiro Geológico ao Maciço de Gericinó.Avulso nº24. Freeman, Jack. Protestors block Brazil road project -The Earth Times, 1997 Jananias.Tirinhas Divertidas, Blog dos Ananias Ministério Público Federal- Grabner, Maria Luiza, Groba, Isabel vieira, Soares, Inês Virginia Prado - Ações Civis Públicas OAB- Seccional São Paulo CMA. Representação ao Ministério Público Federal, 1995 Ogura, Agostinho Tadashi; Yoshikawa, Nestor Kenji ; Gomes, Luiz Antonio ; Mirandola, Fabrício Araújo. ; Alameddine, Nabil . Programa de recuperação socioambiental da Serra do Mar : mapeamento de risco de escorregamentos nos bairros Cota, município de Cubatão. Pinto, Léa Corrêa. Capítulo Iterei Mastofauna, 2012 Pinto, Léa Corrêa. Capítulo Iterei Memória, 2012 Pinto, Léa Corrêa. ITEREI 2012 WED Exibition "POINT OF VIEW" & DO MICRO AO MACRO Pinto, Léa Corrêa. RIO+20 Compilation Document, ITEREI, UNCDS Pinto, Léa Corrêa. RIO+20 Shaping Zero Draf, ITEREI, UNCDS Pinto, Léa Corrêa. RIO+20 Shaping Zero Draft, Plataforma MVVC~CC, UNCDS Pizelli, Meire Garcia. Representação ao Ministério Público Federal,2011 Santos, Alvaro Rodrigues dos. A Grande Barreira da Serra do Mar Silva , Joseh et Nogueira, Alexandra . Áreas de Risco, Rede Outras Palavras SOS MANANCIAL. Recurso ao Tribunal Regional Federal, 2009 Valente, Ivan. RIC, Requerimento de Informação ao Ministério dos Transportes, Câmara Federal, 2011 Victor, Cilene ,Cidades Seguras – Ciência e Tecnologia ,Riscos de desastres, respostas da geologia Vier, Suzana. Áreas de Risco crescem por falta de planejamento urbano, Brasil Atual46 Wikipedia- Relevo e Serras Brasileiras I T E R E I Iguassu CR MCPA Florestas
  47. “Mountains under review: human alteration of landscapes” Iterei - The Mountain Comes to Rio +20 Panelist: Ms. Léa Corrêa Pinto, Pedagogue, coordinator of Iguassu ITEREI Citizenship Movement eference Center for Water, Forests and Mountains , founder of MVVC ~CC Plataforma Stakeholder type: Major Groups NGO Submission Document: rioITEREI.pdf Local Adress: Rod. Regis Bittencourt Br-116 km 350 Sao Paulo Brasil Mail Adress: Av Angélica 1106-105 Sao Paulo 01228-100 BR Email: ngiterei@uol.com.br Sites : http://s.lourencinho.sites.uol.com.br h ttp://ngiterei.sites.uol.com.br/2010ItereiFlora/1.htm More indications/Aprofundar no tema Historical: http://issuu.com/iterei/docs/itereimemoria1 Colorful Rainforest: http://issuu.com/iterei/docs/itereiwedexibition Don´t Miss! http://issuu.com/iterei/docs/itereimastofauna Zero Draft: http://www.uncsd2012.org/rio20/content/documents/713UNcsd20147 I T E R E I Iguassu CR MCPA Florestas
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